low-pass filter

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low-pass filter

[′lō ‚pas ′fil·tər]
(electricity)
A filter that transmits alternating currents below a given cutoff frequency and substantially attenuates all other currents.

low-pass filter

A filter that blocks high frequencies and allows lower frequencies to pass through. Such filters are used in devices such as POTS splitters that direct phone and DSL signals to different lines. Contrast with high-pass filter.
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These characteristics of CMRC as well as its much easier fabrication make it particularly suitable for application in a growing number of circuits and systems as a low-pass filter structure [11-14].
Nam, "Design of low-pass filters using defected ground structure," IEEE Trans.
This paper introduces an implementation form for the digital low-pass filter, which achieves a good precision of output evaluation, while keeping low the computational effort.
Tappered corruagate waveguide low-pass filters," IEEE Trans.
The rigorous analog input subsystem includes programmable gain amplifiers, programmable low-pass filters, a 16-channel differential input mode (DI) and input over-voltage protection to [+ or -]40V, with power on or off The analog output subsystem includes 1-pole low-pass 61ters, and output buffers capable of driving cables and other highly capacitive loads.
The rigorous analog input subsystem includes programmable gain amplifiers, programmable low-pass filters, a 16-channel differential input mode (DI), and input over-voltage protection to +/-40V, with power on or off The analog output subsystem includes 1-pole low-pass filters, and output buffers capable of driving cables and other highly capacitive loads.

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